Over the annals of history, there have been countless amazing real events that have inspired fictional tales against their magical backdrop. There are innumerable historical fiction novels out there and here we take on the near-impossible task of picking a top 10 from the genre. We haven’t let the enormity of the job put us off however and by reading on, you’ll discover those we feel deserve a special mention.
There have been many literary greats throughout history. So many in fact, that it would seem an impossible task to choose just 10 out for special recognition. However, that’s what we’ve done here, choosing our top 10 wordsmiths who have most certainly left their mark on the world. So we encourage you to pull up a chair, switch your email inbox to ‘out of office’ and come with us on a journey with our top 10 influential writers who have changed the world.
Born in November 1835 in Hannibal Missouri, Samuel Langhorne Clemens – known by the pen name of Mark Twain – was a noted American writer described both as “the greatest humorist his country had ever produced” and “the father of American literature”. Here we take a look at our top 10 Mark Twain books that you simply have to include on your winter ‘to-read’ list. So, sit back, pour yourself a warm drink and relax while we take you through each one.
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There have been many greats in the world of literature and in this blog, we look at an Englishman who was once given the title of “the Father of Science Fiction”. This affectionate name was extremely apt, as H.G. Wells was a prolific writer in the genre and was responsible for a number of major works in the late 19th and early 20th century – a few of which have since gone on to be made into blockbuster movies. So, if you’re sitting comfortably, get your light sabre at the ready and take a look at our top 10 novels from HG Wells.